Sills add a subtle accent to any residential or commercial window project. Available in limestone, granite, or marble with a split-face or rock-face edge.
Polycor Hardscapes and Masonry window sills work to protect against water damage and add an accent band to any residential or commercial window project.
Choosing Polycor stone window sills adds a timeless complement to your design.
Available in Indiana limestone, granite and marble, they come with a split face finish to pair with various architectural styles.
Polycor window sills are produced as a simple rectangular shape cut from solid stone and are available in standard course heights of 2-1/4” thickness.
We offer standard sill depths at 3" and 6". Each sill comes jointed to a standard length of 4’.
For nearly a century, Polycor has been the leading supplier of the world’s finest stone to architects. Polycor Hardscapes and Masonry provides the widest range of sizes, colors, and grades for all of our products. You can depend on Polycor to meet your demands and time constraints with our best-in-class lead times.
Choosing Polycor Hardscapes and Masonry window sills add the classic complement to your architectural design. Available in Indiana limestone, granite, and marble, sills can be easily sawn to length and shaped on site by masonry contractors. Being that they are 100% natural stone they do not show any exposed aggregates or loss of color when the interior is exposed after cutting – an inherent benefit to using real stone.
Polycor thin stone sills provide the perfect finishing touch for any thin stone veneer architectural project. Our thin veneer window sills come standard in a 2-1/4” course height thickness, 3″ depth, and 4’ length with a split face edge.
Polycor Hardscapes and Masonry offers a quick turnaround on all of our products. With all of our operations located domestically in North America, we own the supply chain from the quarry to product manufacturing to delivery. It’s easy to incorporate Polycor’s genuine Indiana limestone, marble and granite materials into your next landscape design.